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FM business named best company to work for in West England

31 July 2018

Somerset-based Almeda Facilities has achieved success within the National Family Business Awards 2018 at the presentation ceremony in London earlier this month.

It was recognised as the best company to work for in the West of England, according to the Bristol Live website.

The company was noted as excelling in the development of its staff and its "passion for getting the best out of people".

Employing 60 staff and a service provider to companies such as Triodos Bank, UWE and English Heritage, its managing director Brady George described the win as a "colossal achievement".

He further stated the win "demonstrates that we are leading the way both in our sector and as a family business.

"We have worked tirelessly to create a business where people can build a career and work in an environment that places emphasis on health and wellbeing," he continued.

Stating that the business is "ahead of the curve", Mr George added: "We have a talented team here and everybody has played a part in making this achievement possible."

Mr Brady has been managing director of the company since 2015, taking over from his father, Gary George, who founded the business in 2007.

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